Tag Archives: Constitution

On Prisoners’ Rights

Even Prisoners are Deserving of Basic Human Dignity and Respect By Ken K. Gourdin In The Salt Lake Tribune, the Associated Press’s Don Thompson reports on a recent shakeup in the administration of the California correctional system after two prison … Continue reading

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Apostate Polygamy

Religious Freedom, Illegal Polygamy, and Warren Jeffs By Ken K. Gourdin The following was posted at Mormon Dialogue and Discussion in response to a discussion about the treatment of children in Warren Jeffs’ polygamous religious group. The premise of the … Continue reading

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LDS and religious freedom

Thoughts on Religious Freedom and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints By Ken K. Gourdin I just ran across an interesting exchange regarding the appropriate contours of religious liberty in the United States and according to its Constitution … Continue reading

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Ethics of Zealous Defense II

Hypothetical S.O.B. Clients and The Constitution By Ken K. Gourdin This piece was inspired by Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.1 of the ethical rules for lawyers.  (Yes, there are such things as ethical rules for lawyers!)  Perhaps it can be … Continue reading

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